The 25-year-old native of Oak Bluff, Manitoba, becomes Fife’s first signing in defence ahead of the new season.
Pouteau’s journey in hockey started in the Western Hockey League (WHL), where he played for the Lethbridge Hurricanes and the Regina Pats, a team who has created over a hundred NHL players.
Commenting on his signing for Fife Flyers Brady, who stands at 6’3” said “I can’t wait to get things going in Kirkcaldy this September.”
“I’m a physical defenceman who takes pride in our zone, I believe I can shut down other teams top players and can also contribute offensively.”
“I’m looking forward to joining the Flyers family and putting on that jersey for the first time!”
Head Coach Tom Coolen commented: “Brady Pouteau is a big defensive defenceman. He is a former WHL and University of Regina leader making his first move into professional hockey. He will be counted on to kill penalties and win battles in our zone.”